Another Day

DVD Release: February 10, 2010
Another Day


Kate (Shannon Doherty) newly pregnant, and her boyfriend, Paul (Max Martini), are at odds about their future when he dies in a warehouse fire. After yeas of raising their child lone, Kate has slowly healed with the love and support David (Julian McMahon)…until a mysterious near drowning experience has Kate waking two days before Paul’s death. Now, faced with the chance to dodge fate, Kate stands at the ultimate crossroads: to save Paul and risk re-living the life she was, or to lose him again and accept her eventual path to happinesswith David.

Dove Review

This film moves around a bit between the past and present and presents some alternative possibilities following the death of a woman’s boyfriend. She had just learned she was pregnant and the boyfriend was excited but she was not. She had planned to attend medical school after saving up for it for years. The viewer will wonder at times if the boyfriend, named Paul, is really dead or not.

The movie conveys not taking a loved one for granted and that is a noble theme for sure, but due to strong language (a character is told to “Go to H…”) and a couple having sex outside of marriage, we are unable to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the movie.

Content Description

Sex: Sex between unmarried couple as female character becomes pregnant although nothing graphic is shown on screen; passionate kissing;
Language: H-2; Go to H-1; G/OMG-3; D-1
Violence: Man is trapped in factory fire; a couple argues; a cemetery headstone is vandalized; an explosion in a factory sends shrapnel into a man's body.
Drugs: Beer drinking; man drinks and drives; smoking; joke about "That's some serious weed you're smoking".
Nudity: Bare midriff; cleavage; nipples seen through woman's blouse.
Other: Death and grieving; a little girl almost drowns.


Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Writer: Helen Frost; Don McLoedfy
Director: Jeffrey Reiner
Producer: Jean Desormeaus; Eric Norlen
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Shannon Doherty: Max Martini; David Ferry; Kristina Nicoll; Courtney Kidd; Julian McMahon
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter